True Crime

Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature by detailing hardcore true crime homicide cases from around the world.

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February 24, 2020

EP20: Uncle Clarence

In 1998, a terrified 6-year-old girl witnessed her grandmother being beaten to death by a man who also raped and beat her.  When she awoke the morning after the attack, she told authorities she knew the man who attacked her—it was her Uncle Clarence.  However, her Uncle claimed to be over 40 minutes away at the time of the murder.  Uncle Clarence’s wife, Melinda fought for nearly 8 years to prove Clarence’s innocence and had to solve the murder herself before the courts would listen.  Listen to how the amazing Melinda solved the murder and how Clarence was release from prison a free man after spending nearly 8 years locked up for a crime he didn’t commit.

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U. S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit

Ohio Court of Appeals 

The Columbus Dispatch Article

NBC "Dateline" Episode, "Killer Instinct"

 

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The city of Boston was overcome with terror in the late 1800's because a monster was torturing its' young boys.  After eight children were brutally violated, the police were finally able to nab the perpetrator.  To everyone's surprise, the sadistic fiend was a child himself;  he was a 12 year old named Jesse Pomeroy.  As punishment for his cruel ways, Jesse was sentenced to a reformatory for six years.  However, Jesse was released after 14 months for good behavior.   When Jesse got out, he was far from reformed...in fact, Jesse advanced to murder within days of being back on the streets of Boston.  Find out how the State of Massachusetts dealt with a 14 year old sadistic murderer in this weeks episode...   

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"Fiend" by Harold Schechter

 

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February 10, 2020

EP18: Scrawled in Blood

In 2006, a married couple, Christine and Ronald, were brutally bludgeoned, stabbed, and left for dead in the garage of their home. Before dying, Christine scrawled a final cryptic message in her blood on the floor. After originally leaving, the killer came back in an attempt to clean up the crime scene but missed part of Christine's message hidden under her jeep.  What was Christine trying to say?  Listen now!

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 Dateline: Written in Blood

Royal Oak Tribune Article

Macomb Daily Article

Click on Detroit Article

Macomb County Circuit Court Case Documents

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February 3, 2020

EP17: Seattle’s Piquerist

Mercer Island, Washington, USAIn the early 1990's, Seattle was the scene for the new grunge wave, computer techs and also a sadistic piquerist who enjoyed murdering and staging the bodies of young women. Robert Keppler, John Douglas and other criminal profilers analyzed the crime scenes, which were exceptionally bizarre and developed a specific profile of the killer; but when the repressive necrophiliac was eventually caught, he was nothing like they expected. Learn more about the serial killer you have never heard of and exactly what piquerism is in this week's episode!

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Charmer by Jack Olsen

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